So much to see in France, and so many railways to see it. From the TGV and the TER to the Corail and the French Night trains. To ensure the best fare on your SNCF ticket, book early (maybe now?) for advance purchase discounts.
The Paris Montparnasse Train Station (Gare Montparnasse) first opened in 1840 and this Paris train station provides service for intercity TGV trains traveling west and south-west of Paris. The Gare Montparnasse also houses a metro station and is credited with having the fastest moving walkway in the world.
The Caen Train Station is more commonly known as the Gare Calvados or Gare de l'Ouest. This station is linked to the town center via tram service. Both regional and inter-city routes utilize this station, with convenient service to and from Paris every few hours. From Caen, it is possible to travel to some of the most popular D-Day sites and explore the historic area.